Australia managed the T20I series against the Green Army

It’s very pathetic for Pakistan, is not it? First, they have been whitewashed against Sri Lanka at their own fort and now, against Australia! After sacking the former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed from the Pakistan team, now, it is time for Babar Azam. Under his guidance, the Green Army could not find any success while they are visiting Australia. Earlier today, the T20I series between these two teams have finished. According to the report, Australia managed the T20I series against the Green Army.

Team Pakistan is currently traveling Australia and their purpose is to play a T20I and a Test series against the home team. The dual tournament started with the three matches T20I series from the 3rd of November 2019. The inaugural match could not finish for the rain. It was abandoned. So, in the next 5th November, the 2nd match took place at the venue of Canberra. Pakistan presented a target of 151 runs and Australia chased it quite easily. Smith’s unbeaten 80 runs led Australia to the easy victory. So, the Green army has a chance of avoiding the series defeat if they could manage the 3rd match victory. Earlier today, the 3rd T20I took place but Pakistan missed the chance and Australia secured the series.

The 3rd T20I which was the last T20I in the series between them took place at the Perth Stadium, Perth earlier today. The match consisted of the day/ night and Australia won the toss. They let the Shaheens bat first. team Australia is good at chasing the score and so, they took the right decision. For the Shaheens, Muhammad Musa and Khushdil Shah made their T20I debut.


Pakistan came to bat but as usual, they could not solve their opening issue. If we look at their batting figure, only two players named Imam and Iftikhar Ahmed touched the double-figure runs. The rest players ended their innings with the single-figure score. In 20 overs, the Shaheens added only 106 runs losing 8 wickets so far. For the Aussie, Kane Richardson took the highest three wickets so far.

Later, the home team came to chase the score and the most interesting fact is that openers led the team to victory. They did not lose any wickets but David Warner and Aaron Finch remained not out. Warner scored 48 runs and Finch added the highest 52 runs so far.